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Saturday, May 30th
Text WVW to 88202 to join the thousands on our text alert list that receive a text alert reminder & link to watch LIVE Sunday night 8pm CT.   WVW Broadcast Network is a listener supported network...
Thursday, May 21st
Brannon Howse Interviews His Long Time Friend Michael Reagan on The Coronavirus Tyranny  Click here to listen now:http://www.worldviewweekend.com/radio/audio/brannon-howse-may-20-2020 WVW Broadcast...
Thursday, May 21st
                                          WVW-TV Presents: Former Jesuit Warns of the Marxist Agenda of the Jesuits to De-Christianize The West Click here to watch now:http://www.worldviewweekend.com...
Thursday, May 21st
WVW-TV Presents: The Power Elite & Their Useful Idiots in the Media  Click here to watch now:http://www.worldviewweekend.com/tv/video/power-elite-their-useful-idiots... WVW Broadcast Network is a...
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Friday, July 29th
Author(s): Dennis Wright

The Issachar Report1 Chronicles 12:32Dennis A. Wright, DMin Will Things Really 'Pan' Out in the End? In the refrain to his poem, "The Ballad of East and West", Rudyard Kipling wrote, "Oh, East is East and West is West, and never the twain shall meet."  Kipling (1865-1936) meant that the culture of the West (Europe and the Americas) would always be very different from that of the East (Asia).  The worldview of the East is that of Pantheism, while that of the West has historically been Monotheistic, a result of our Judeo-Christian heritage.  These worldviews are very different and are mutually...

Friday, July 29th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

Pastor Richard Wurmbrand founded VOM over 30 years ago. He was in prison in Romania for 14 years for his faith in Christ. In the `60s he and his family were ransomed out of Romania for $10,000 and came to the U.S. where he began traveling, educating the free world of the atrocities committed against Christians in Communist and other restricted countries. VOM's five main purposes are based on Hebrews 13:3. They are: 1. To encourage and empower Christians to fulfill the Great Commission in areas of the world where they are persecuted for their involvement in propagating the gospel of Jesus...

Friday, July 29th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

Worldview Weekend Family Reunion Incentive Program We have established an incentive program to encourage individuals to organize a group of their family and friends to attend the Smokey Mountain Worldview Weekend Family Reunion. We have set up the incentive program which includes 2 free tickets for every 5 tickets purchased. We would encourage you to use these free tickets in one of two different ways. 1). Feel free to use the free tickets for yourself and/or family members or sell the free tickets to members of your group and use the revenue from these free tickets to offset your weekend...

Friday, July 29th
Author(s): Nicholas A. Jackson

Bill Frist and the "Hypocritical" Oath "As to diseases, make a habit of two things-to help, or at least do no harm"                                                                              Hippocrates-The Epidemics On July 29th, Senate Majority leader Bill Frist spoke out in favor of embryonic stem cell research and the concomitant destruction of said embryos for the purpose of "possible" cures to diseases.   Has the oath morphed into a postmodern progressive version?  "Do no harm; unless you want to run for president then it is okay to chuck your "values."  I know I had seen Mr. Frist's...

Friday, July 29th
Author(s): Tamara Scott

Conviction Is Never Comfortable and Church Shouldn't Be Casual We want everyone to feel comfortable.  In fact, we now have 'casual services' on Sunday morning where everyone is to feel welcome in their comfy duds, cut-offs, or capris.   Many churches promote casual dress under the philosophy of being 'seeker friendly'.  What is seeker friendly?   If I understand the phrase correctly, it means to welcome newcomers or non-believers.    Shouldn't all Bible believing churches work to be seeker friendly?   And if a church works to welcome non-believers shouldn't that church work even harder to...

Thursday, July 28th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

Instilling Modesty in a Sex Filled Culture By Rebecca Hagelin Kristin, my 13-year-old daughter is, in a word, lovely. Mind you, I'm not bragging -- I had absolutely nothing to do with the fact that she is a gorgeous young thing. We all know that the children God gives us are at his discretion. And they are all -- every one of them, in their own unique ways -- precious, lovely and of great worth. Kristin is also lovely on the inside -- and thoughtful, even pensive at times. She has a moral compass and knows how to use it, often courageously standing up to the crowd when she instinctively knows...

Wednesday, July 27th
Author(s): Kerby Anderson

What's Right With Kidsby Kerby Anderson             Nearly every day we hear what's wrong with kids.  Social scientists document rising rates of teen pregnancy and juvenile crime.  Educators decry declining test scores and educational standards.             The depth and degree of the problem has been debated for years in the popular culture as well as in the academy.  William Bennett's Index of Leading Cultural Indicators provides a statistical and objective standard which documents the decline of America's family and its impact on the nation's youth.             Unfortunately this...

Tuesday, July 26th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

Scholar's Library Goes Silver  by Terry WilhiteTypically when I talk about "Bible software", the response I get from many people reminds me of a remark one of my first bosses said to me when I asked him to consider purchasing a computer to do corporate desktop publishing, which was a breakthrough idea 20 years ago. "Wilhite," this grey-haired gentleman said to me quietly, responding to my proposal, "I have no doubt that this computer can do everything you say it can do. But the question is, can you make it happen with this computer?"When it comes to hearing all the things Logos' Scholars...

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